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Dr. George Poste Named Non-Executive Vice Chairman of CDX Holdings, Parent of Caris Diagnostics and Caris Molecular Diagnostics
Date:8/1/2008

ostics with our acquisition of Molecular Profiling, Inc., now called Caris MPI and the key subsidiary of CMDx, at the beginning of the year."

Dr. Poste has published over 350 scientific papers and co-edited 14 books on cancer, drug delivery and health policy. In 2004 he was named "R&D Scientist of the Year" by R&D Magazine and in 2006 he received the Einstein award from the Global Business Leadership Council. He previously served as chairman of the task force on bioterrorism for the U.S. Department of Defense. He serves as a member of the Defense Science Board of the Department of Defense and the Institute of Medicine Board of Global Health.

"I am honored to have the opportunity to work more closely with the distinguished team David has assembled at Caris Dx and Caris MPI," commented Dr. Poste. "I have appreciated the interactions I have experienced with the group in the past two years in forging the union of anatomic pathology and molecular diagnostics. I look forward to influencing and driving the companies' mission to accelerate the delivery of the highest quality personalized medicine into the marketplace to improve patient care and the efficient use of healthcare resources."

About CDX Holdings

CDX Holdings is the parent company of Caris Diagnostics and Caris Molecular Diagnostics, whose principal subsidiary is Caris MPI. Through its subsidiaries, CDX Holdings is a leading provider of the highest quality diagnostic, translational development and pharmaceutical services encompassing anatomic pathology and molecular testing. Formed in 1996, the company is headquartered in Irving, Texas, operates four laboratories: Irving, Texas; Phoenix, Arizona (2 sites); and Newton, Massachusetts, and provides services to well over 2,000 physicians nationally.

Caris Diagnostics provides world-class pathology services to physicians who treat patients in the community setting. The company provides academic-caliber medical consults through its ind
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